Dalglish Backs Under-Fire Carroll

By on September 27, 2011

Kenny Dalglish was delighted with the performance of Andy Carroll after their victory against Wolves.

The England striker has come under criticism this season with the target man failing to reproduce the form that saw Liverpool part with £35million. Carroll’s private life has also come under scrutiny with England boss Fabio Capello suggesting the striker needs to address his “party lifestyle”.

Despite the claims Dalglish is delighted with the forwards contribution so far this season.

“Andy’s performance had everything except a goal,” said Dalglish.

“We could not get more out of the big fella and we were delighted with him and for him.

“I don’t think Andy played too many times with Luis last season because he was injured but the two of them played well.”

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3 Comments

  1. WAFULA PATRICK

    September 27, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    Much criticism has undermined Andy Carroll’s performance and he is not stable when playing. He needs time to concertrate, he will play well.He is fantastic future player.

  2. Yasin

    September 27, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    Can’t stand how fans nowadays expect instant perfection from players. He’s young and he’s learning so please, please give him a chance and don’t destroy him before he’s had the opportunity to mature into a great player he has the potential to be. Lucas also had the same issues now look at him, the same goes for Kuyt now fans are up in arms if he isn’t playing. Berbatov and Crouch are other players that came good after a difficult period and what about Bergkamp! It’s not easy playing for a big club with high expectations on your shoulders the same goes for Adam and Henderson they will be excellent and all you fickle fans will be eating your words. Majority of people that start a new job will initially struggle a little to settle but once they have that’s when you see the real person coming through and what they have to offer.

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